Over the years my art has evolved and expanded. When I first started out, I experimented with different styles and techniques until I found what worked best for me – a process which has taken years. The result was a large body of work suitable for a variety of uses and applications. Additionally, I’ve created … More Your Art Is Your Inventory – Put It To Work!
I suspect most of my fellow scribblers face the same issues I do – finding that ever-elusive balance between family, outside responsibilities, and the profession of cartooning. As with most creative endeavors, and this is just my opinion, you work best when the muse is with you, meaning that there are moments in your day … More The Cartooning Life
I’ve had the distinct honor of interviewing Buffalo, NY artist and Vietnam Veteran Ralph Sirianni, who uses his considerable talents to help fellow warriors deal with the emotional and physical challenges that accompany combat service. Ralph’s art, whether it’s in the form of paintings, sculptures, or monuments, has enjoyed a national audience. Ralph was gracious and … More Artists in Buffalo – Ralph Sirianni
My wife had encouraged me to give it a whirl, and since trying it, I’ve realy enjoyed the process of creating art for children. Both of my sons were big-time dinosaur fans when they were little, so I thought an image like that might be fun. I call this one, “Fat, Dumb, and Happy” – not to … More More Children’s Illustration
It’s been an exceptionally busy start to the new year, but I thought I’d catch up a bit. First, I’d been wanting to take an art class for a very long time, but for a host of reasons, haven’t been able to. I’d made a commitment to myself to always improve as an artist and … More Art Classes And Learning Caricature
I’ve had the good fortune to find a copy of “Chuck Amuck”, the life story of legendary cartoonist and animator Chuck Jones, and have been fascinated with every page. For those unfamiliar with his work, the apex of art and brilliant writing at the Warner Brother’s animation studios was reached with his guiding hand as … More Great Cartoonists – Chuck Jones